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Domestic Conveyancing

We can help to guide you through the confusion and complexity involved in buying and selling your house. We recommend that you contact us as soon as possible after you have decided to embark upon these transactions.

We can then give you independent advice in connection with surveys and valuations, mortgages, deposits, life assurance, estate agents and a number of other features about which you will need to know.

We shall explain to you in outline the steps which will be involved, from the initial stages of obtaining the title deeds and preparing a draft contract on your sale, to completing the transaction on the date when you move into your new home.

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Casey & Casey Solicitors
Legal House
25-27 Catherine Street
County Down
BT35 6BE

Email: law@caseysolicitors.co.uk

To find out more about our domestic and commercial conveyancing services call today on 028 3026 6214
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Purchase deeds and registration

Thereafter, of course, we shall deal with all the necessary stamping of the purchase deed, registration of your title, giving notice of the transfer in the case of leasehold properties, dealing with the issue of a new share certificate where a management company is involved and generally ensuring that all the necessary procedures have been complied with on
your behalf.

If after the transactions have been completed you need to take advice with regard to your obligations under any covenants which may affect the property, the buildings insurance, boundary rights and so on, we are available to assist you.

Commercial conveyancing

For our business clients our services extend to the sale and purchase of business premises which would normally include offices, shops, factories, warehouses and so on. This may also involve granting to a tenant or taking from a landlord a lease of commercial premises and assistance in the very complex procedures concerning renewal, rent reviews, dilapidations and the many obligations normally taken on by a tenant of business premises.

In dealing with business premises we can also offer essential advice on related topics such as town and country planning, insurance, taxation and, in the case of builder clients, the many features which must be considered before commencing a development, such as the closure and diverting of roads and rights of way, drainage rights, the making up of roads and agreements with the local authorities, ten year guarantee certificates to be issued by the N.H.B.C. and a number of other commercial and domestic considerations.

Casey & Casey Solicitors, Legal House, 25-27 Catherine Street, Newry, County Down, BT35 6BE
Email: law@caseysolicitors.co.uk
Telephone: 028 3026 6214